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in washington and as the commander in chief honored america's heroes of the past and present, he contemplated whether to send more troops into harm's way in the near future. white house correspondent wendell goler has the story. >> like every president since woodrow wilson, barack obama used veterans day to reaffirm the nation's commitment to the men and women who have preserved our freedom, but a day after grieving with the soldiers at fort hood and hours before an 8th strategy session on afghanistan, his thoughts were very much on service men and women still in uniform. >> for our troops, it is another day in harm's way. for their families, it is another day to feel the absence of a loved one, and the concern for their safety. >> the president and first lady spent time in the section of arlington national cemetery where casualties from iraq and afghanistan are brewer ried. they spoke with some of the family members who were paying their own respects. mr. obama says it influences his decision to send troops into harm's way but some republicans think the meetings help him hesitate and even to
night, america. and good night, mrs. dunn, wherever you are! [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute ---www.ncicap.org--- bret: next on special report, senate democrats are taking names and names an counting vots as they prepare for the healthcare reform measure, and paying the price to higher than expected un'em bloiment in the unobama administration. does the attorney general's logic hold up? and the lieutenant governor tries to hang on in the primary race against an outspoken conservative. all that, plus the friday lightning round, right here, right now. welcome to washington, i'm bret baier. senate democrats are walking a tightrope trying to ball lance their political jen das for healthcare reform with the cold political reality of needing 60 votes to keep their bill alive in its current form. carl cameron on the day before the first big vote. >> the next vote will occur tomorrow night at 8:00 p.m. >> he doesn't have them yet, but democratic senate majority leader harry reid is inching closer to the 60 votes needed to begin
. the healthcare reform debate rages on. >> america is serious about reforming healthcare. ought american people are saying don't pass this healthcare bill. >> climate change legislation looks unlikely. >> we're not going to be passing anything in this country on cap and trade. >> and the government expanding into the private sector. >> the american people are tired of the borrowing, the spending, the bailouts, the takeovers. bret: a thanksgiving special with nina easton, charles krauthammer, mara lies son and steve hayes. "special report" starts right now. tonight we look at a number of issues americans are talking about around their dinner tables and family rooms -- healthcare, afghanistan, climate change, and of course, jobs. >> there may be some tax provisions that can encourage businesses to hire sooner rather than sitting on the sidelines. we're taking a look at those. i think it is important, though, who recognize that if we keep on adding to the debt, even in the midst of this recovery, that at some point, people could lose confidence in the u.s. economy in a way that could actually lead
america's election headquarters coverage. >> president obama talked education in madison, wisconsin, but said nothing about election results that propelled republicans to victory in governors' races in new jersey and virginia. he also said nothing about the democratic victory and the special house election in upstate new york, but it was that triumph in new york's 23rd congressional district that senior advisor david axelrod seized upon in an interview with fox. >> the new york 23 race was the one race that was really a microcosm of the national debate. the other races in jersey, and in virginia were really state races, very much focused on state issues, and we think it sends a message to other democrats that when we stick together and we fight for the right things, we're going to do well. >> the white house, the republican national chairman and exit polls all agree. the results tuesday were not a referendum on president obama, but independent or young voters did not show up or voted republican in those governors' races that. is a white house concern. >> there was a tremendous dropo
america owes to its top ked tore. major garrett reports from beijing on the delicate give and take relationship between the economic superpowers. >> in china's great hall of the people, an artful economic dance between china's number one trading partner and america's number one debt holder. president tao whose central banks own at least $800 billion in u.s. treasuries spoke refusively about economic cooperation and and scolded president obama about tariffs on tires and steel. there is an investigation on u.s. auto parts, a bargaining chip, a potential lifeline to automakers, might be in jeopardy. >> i told president obama there are vitiations our country needs to impose and reject. protectionism needs a stronger stance. >> mr. obama gave no ground on protectionism and accused china of keeping their currency low and exports cheap and one reason china has pulled oust of out of the global economic recession more andly than the u.s. >> i was please to note the chinese commitment made in past statements to move towards a more market oriented exchange rate over time. >> in the face of ir
for america. it isn't good for any of us in congress or those standing for re-election. >> by late this afternoon, landrieu, who demanded 72 hours to study the bill before casting procedural votes was still undecided. >> i haven't made a final decision, because i literally have been, except for this one and a half hours i have been here, literally reading the bill, and that's going to continue until about 6:00 or 7:00 tonight. >> most believe lincoln and landrieu will both move to vote forward. reid has 58 committed yes votes, but if he falls just one vote of -- one vote short of 60, it likely means senate democrats will not be able to produce a bill this year. bret: it is interesting. this saturday night voting seems popular up there. >> 8:00 p.m., makes them look like they're working. bret: carl, thanks. the latest fox news poll shows most people still oppose healthcare legislation currently being considered by congress. 51% are against it right now, down a bit from october. only 35% favor it. just one in six feel their family will be better off under healthcare reform. 37% say w
populace nation in the world and america's largest creditor , leading president obama to tread carefully to his first trip to the region while in office. major garrett is traveling with the president. >> president obama arrived in beijing to the red carpet trappings of a state visit. his first stop had the look of a campaign town hall, emphasis on look. the president prevailed upon the chinese to allow a question and answer session with university students in and around the coastal city of shanghai. the commercial embodiment of the nation's economic openness. >> i'm looking forward to this chance to have a dialogue. >> his asian odyssey began with low expectations designed to minimize the appearance of policy setbacks. that strategy sphail failed as the president and world leaders gathered in singapore and agreed to abandon hopes for the global treaty next month and he joined a climate change breakfast where the niewvment leader of the climate changes announced that another round of talks would be necessary next year, because so little had been achieved on limiting greenhouse gases. the
from new york, good night, america. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute ---www.ncicap.org---^ bret: next on "special report," the obama administration will bring 9/11 suspects to america for full trials. we will have reaction from 9/11 families. it is a popular charitable group, and is it actually funneling money to iran's nuclear program? and president obama begins his first asian visit by riping critics of his slow deliberation on afghanistan, and we will look inside the new sarah palin book, all that plus the fox all-stars and the friday lightning round, right here, right now. welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. five of the men accused of sovment in the worst terror attack in u.s. history are return together scene of the crime. attorney general eric holder nownlsed today that self-proclaimed 9/11 mastermind khalid sheik mohammed and four others will be tried in civilian federal court, just blocks from ground zero in new york. national correspondent catherine herridge begins our team coverage. >> by his own admiss
vote, because i believe that the debt can bake america. >> to get even this far, it appears that the straight might have spread money around california congressman jim constance said his vote could be con contingent on getting help for building schools in his area, and the congressman explained he had been offered the dollars he was looking for. >> he responded to me by basically say thatting that did not like many of the elements that were in the legislation. however, he was able to procure $120 million for the university of california medical school. >> there is another wrinkle in all this. speaker pelosi secured the votes of 40 anti-abortion democrats by allowing them a vote on an amendment putting tight restrictions on abortion for anyone getting federal subsidies. it enrageed those who oppose abortion benefits a you this is a disappointing distraction from the bill before us. >> the pro life amendment passes and if speaker pelosi hadn't allowed the vote, she would have lost as many as 40 more democrats and the bill would have failed, but now several pro choice lawmakers
to tonight's results and thus so are a lot of influential people around the country. america's election headquarters starts right now. greta: this is a special election night edition of "on the record." it is a stunner in virginia. the democrats just got a smack down, virginia voters saying no to the democrats. this time they want a republican governor. meanwhile, in new jersey it is a cliff-hanger. at this hour votes are still being counted. will new jersey return democratic governor jon corzine to the governor's madges -- mansion? are they likewise going to say we want a new guy, a republican? it is very close. carl cameron in virginia, shannon big red machine in new jersey, eric shawn in new york city and molly line live in upstate new york where a congressional seat has pitted some of the biggest names in politics against each other, gingrich, palin, rush limbaugh and more. brit hume and his pan elve will tell you why this election matters to you even if you don't live in these hotly contested states the first to shep, watching the vote count. shepard: first two of the big elve -- b
for being with us. i hope happy thanksgiving, and from new york, good night, america. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute ---www.ncicap.org--- chris: next on "special report," president obama says he will attend the climate summit negotiate month. we have the latest on the president's yum cop upcoming announcement on afghanistan troop levels and we look at good news and bad news for the economy, and we'll show >> recovering you a recovery already underway in one part of the country. all that plus the panel. "special report" starts now. welcome to washington. i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. the white house is characterizing president obama's decision to go to next month's u.n. climate change conference as a sign of his commitment to find a solution to global warming, but recently discovered e-mails from climate scientists have many people doubting how legitimate that threat is. white house correspondent wendell goler explains. >> aides announced the president will stop in copenhagen near the start of the climate change confe
stakes involved. we have fox team coverage in america's election headquarters, chief political correspondent carl cameron is in virginia where republicans are trying to take back the commonwealth. shannon bream is in new jersey, another target state for the g.o.p. and molly line starts us off in watertown, new york, with with a congressional race that is anything but politics as usual. >> good evening. a battle over the heart of the republican party in the 23rd congressional district here in new york was hit by a bombshell over the weekend. this three-party race is now a two-party contest. the republican candidate dropping out and endorsing the democrat. trailing in the polls and struggling to raise money, republican dede scozzafava suspended her campaign this weekend. >> i am guided by my faith, and i think in the end you got to do the right thing, and i think this is the right thing at this time. >> she released her supporters and then one day later shaking up the race again endorsed her former democratic rival bill owens over the conservative party candidate doug hoffman. it
, america. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute ---www.ncicap.org--- brian: next on "special report, they are responsible for a black mark against the secret service, and we will give you word on the white house party crashers who actually met the president. and will the black friday put struggling retailers in the black? and we will get an update on tiger woods following an early morning car accident and hear how the pilots of northwest night 188 explained themselves after they missed minneapolis. all that plus the fox all-stars and the friday lightning round. "special report" starts right now. welcome to washington. brian wilson in for bret baier. we start with three mysteries tonight. the first mystery, how did two high-society wannabes who weren't on the guest list socially engineer their way into a state dinner at the white house? molly hennenberg tonight with the story of the ality show hopefuls who got past the secret service. two new developments late this afternoon, first, fox has confirmed that the couple not only got in,
new york, good night, america. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute ---www.ncicap.org--- bret: next on "special report" the president sits down and discusses unemployment, fox news, his critics and more. eric holder takes fire over the administration's position on guantanomo detainees and senate democrats get the price tag for their healthcare reform legislation. i'm bret baier in washington, and this is "special report." fox news talks with president obama. here are a few of the headlines you will hear tonight the president says americans could lose confidence in the economy and have a double din recession and says they will mott make the deadline for closing guantanomo bay detention facility but says it will be closed sometime next year with cooperation and says america does not have the kind of partner we would like in afghanistan and insists building new settlements does not contribute to israel's security. here is senior white house correspondent major garrett's interview with the president in china. >> mr. pr
to build up troops in afghanistan. i don't think it makes america safer. >> the 34,000 troops the president is expected to send is short of the 40,000 the commander of troops in afghanistan says he needs but gordon brown says additional nato forces will fill the gap. even though casualties from the war are at an all-time high and polls show that american support is at an all-time low, mr. obama was confident this week that the public will back him. >> when the american people hear a clear rational for what we're doing there, a and how we intend to achieve our goals, that they will be supported.robert gibbs in an off-camera briefing suggested a main selling point may be light at the end of the tunnel, saying "we are in year nine of our efforts in afghanistan. we will not be there another eight or nine years" but still the issue may join healthcare reform as another disappointment with the president's democratic base. >> they're not happy with the public option which keeps getting watered down and watered down. i think there will be some political repercussions for him. >> former bush advis
sometime next year with cooperation and says america does not have the kind of partner we would like in afghanistan and insists building new settlements does not contribute to israel's security. here is senior white house correspondent major garrett's interview with the president in china. >> mr. president, the fox news channel is happy to see you. >> good to see you. on behalf of the news channel, let me wish you, sasha, michelle and malia, a joyous holiday 2009 season. >> to the fox family, let me say the same. >> you have a job summit next month. you want a jobs bill in 2010. will it raise the deficit or will you demand that it be deficit neutral? >> our first job was to get the economy to recover, and we're now seeing that. we have seen economic growth. we anticipate economic growth next quarter as well. i always said that job growth would lag behind economic growth. the question i is how can we accelerate it? there may be ways to accelerate it without spending money, for example, one of the keys to this asia tritch is to start promoting the notion of balanced growth where the u.
who said america must land on the moon not because it was easy but because it was hard and said we would for the sake of liberty bear any burden and pay any pies, president obama said those honored in the entire post 9/11 military generation know a similar nobility. >> believed in perseverance not just when it was easy but when it was hard. they paid the price and bore the burden to secure this nation and stood up for the values that live in the hearts of all free peoples. (playing taps ♪ >> a final tribute, presidential coins for each of those gone, but not soon or maybe ever forgotten. the president also gave those coins to the wounded in fort hood and gave them out when he was at walter reed medical center last phi day when he participated in transfer ceremonies recently at dover air force base in delaware. bret: it was an emotional day. major, there has been a shakeup in the white house communications team today. what can you tell us about that? ought interim communications director, anita dunn, will be leaving the white house at the end of this month. she will be replaced by
to "america's election headquarters" in new york. i'm bret baier. americans all over the country pulled a lever, punch add ballot or touched a key pad for an issue they support. we have fox news team coverage from new york, new jersey, virginia and the white house in a moment, but first -- this is a fox news alert. it appears president obama's time line of getting healthcare reform legislation passed before the calendar turns will now go the way of so many other deadlines we have seen come and go this year. james rosen reports on this breaking news from capitol hill. >> good evening. none of the president's democratic al highs made it explicit today that they will fail to meet the president's self-imposed deadline on healthcare reform but neither did it require 20/20 vision to read as much between the lines. >> top senate democrats with asked a simple question -- whether they still expect to pass healthcare reform by year's end, but their answers were not so simple. >> we're not going to be bound by any time lines. we need to do the best job we can for the american people. >> and new yo
you there. from new york, good night, america. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute ---www.ncicap.org--- bret: next on "special report" iran responds to the pressure from the u.n. by promising to build even more nuclear facilities and we will preview tuesday's announcement by the president about his plans for afghanistan, the president's plans to attend a climate change summit as climate scientists wrestle with a growing scandal and look at day one of the senate healthcare reform bill as a new assessment of that bill is released. all that plus brit hume's analysis and the fox all-stars, right here, right now. >> welcome to washington. i'm bret baier. white house official says time is running out for iran to comply with international demands over its nuclear program. today's warning follows iran's announcement that it will build even more new plants to enrich fuel that could be used in a nuclear bomb. national correspondent steve centanni reports on the increasingly tense game of nuclear chicken. >> iran is now threateni
this monstrosity. we are going to win because the american people will not be denied. america's future begins with us, madam speaker, throw out this bill. >> republican congressman tom price is also a doctor as you just heard he calls the democrats's health care bill legislative malpractice. dr. pryce joins us live. nice to see you, sir. >> good to be with you. thank you. >> republicans have proposed, will it cover -- how many people will it cover? do you have any idea? whampleght it does is address the cost issue. we believe if you bring down costs significantly can you increase the number of folks covered. we also increase competition so you also bring down costs. we allow folks to pool together with the purchasing power of millions so you cover those folks with preexisting illnesses or irrelevancy j. those are the things the american people care about. gretchen: as a practicing doctor, what were the problems you had that we sort of need to remedy with this. >> preexisting, i mentioned. you ought not lose your insurance if you change your job or lose your job. >> is that fixed of in the bil
outlaw israel's self-defense against terror attack. that is how the world will respond, and america now is engaged in useless negotiations over settlement freezes which are entirely irrelevant regarding this issue of iran, hezbollah or hamas. bret: mara, again today we had demonstrations and protests in tehran that were put down by the regime. the administration, the u.s. administration in david axelrod said the administration is not naive about what we're dealing with here but says there is a united international community putting pressure on iran. what about that? >> the white house hopes there will be an international community putting pressure on. barack obama was clear. he said he wanted to try negotiations. if they didn't work, his patience wouldn't last forever. he was hoping by making the extra effort he would convince the europeans and russians and chinese to come onboard with tough sanctions that is supposed to be plan b. so far he hasn't gotten any agreement from the russians to do that, and we have even seen this extraordinary speck tackle that inside of iran, the opposition
for healthcare reform. in 1961, the american lung association reminded us that in homes across america, christmas is in the air. for over 100 years, your gifts to american lung association's christmas seals have helped us fight for healthy lungs and healthy air. celebrate another year -- make christmas seals a part of your holiday tradition. go to christmasseals.org. bret: and now fresh pickings from the political grapevine. more than a week after the voting, there are still questions about who really won in the special election for new york he's 23rd congressional district. conservative candidate doug hoffman conceded to democrat bill owens late on election night after receiving what turned out to be inaccurate vote counts. owens was sworn in to the house of representatives friday, then saturday, cast a crucial vote in favor of the healthcare reform bill, but a syracuse newspaper reports recanvassing in the district shows the race has tightened in hoffman's favor. he trailed by just 3,000 votes that. means the election will be decided by roughly 10,000 absentee ballots. the state board of electi
are they kidding? of course it is not a legitimate election. the man just cheated wildly, and if america is looking for a partner that is reliable and that the afghan people can say this is a legitimate government and we understand if we go with them we're not going with a bunch of thugs, we're going with someone who will not cheat us, not abuse us and they're better than the taliban, the afghan people don't know that as a result now of this election and it makes it more problematic for the u.s. government, and to say that this is all about healthcare, i don't know where -- i really do believe that the president is sincere in saying he cares deeply about fighting terrorists. this is about fighting al qaeda. that is the goal here. bret: bill. >> the president said today and i agree with him, there has to be a point in time in which we begin to write a new chapter based on improved governance, and he should take that seriously and show improved governance in the united states and make a decision. this has been a farce. this endless seminar and now he is looking into the composition of each province i
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america needs to see. it is was a good interview. i thought if you thought that was a good interview, i don't know what a bad interview was. i knew it it wasn't a good interview. >> could hillary clinton be kicked out as the secretary of state? and there is a chance that the newest member of the house could be kicked out of congress. (announcer) we understand. you need to save money. bret: and now fresh pickings from the political grapevine. more than a week after the voting, there are still questions about who really won in the special election for new york he's 23rd congressional district. conservative candidate doug hoffman conceded to democrat bill owens late on election night after receiving what turned out to be inaccurate vote counts. owens was sworn in to the house of representatives friday, then saturday, cast a crucial vote in favor of the healthcare reform bill, but a syracuse newspaper reports recanvassing in the district shows the race has tightened in hoffman's favor. he trailed by just 3,000 votes that. means the election will be decided by roughly 10,000 absentee ballots
throughout america opened remarks by taking note of the tragedy and informing them of what little information he had at the time >> what we do know is that a number of people have been wounded and killed with this act of violence. my immediate concern is with the wounded and the families of the fallen. >> the president informed everyone that he was mobilizing all the resources of the federal government to investigate this matter and to provide whatever federal resrs resources could be made available to the family, the base, post personnel and anyone else who might need assistance and concluded his remarks to follow through completely. let's take a quick listen to. that >> there's no greater honor but also no greater responsibility for me than to make sure that the extraordinary men and women in uniform are properly cared for, and that their safety and security when they are at home is provided for. we are going to stay on this. >> one other interesting note, the homeland security secretary, janet napolitano is in london attending a conference on home gone terrorism threats. -- homegrown terro
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